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Whats the treatment for non-ulcerative sterile keratitis?

Whats the treatment for non-ulcerative sterile keratitis?

Usually eyedrops: In the absence of infection, keratitis is most commonly due to varying degrees of dryness. Many over the counter lubricating eyedrops are available for this as well as ointments which help at night. Your ophthalmologist can define the best pathway for treatment. ...Read more

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An ulcer is a discontinuity or a break in a body membrane that impedes the normal functioning of the organ of which that membrane is a part. Ulcers are further classified by their location. Ulcers are usually caused by infections, excessive acid production, stress, ...Read more


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Do you know the treatment for non-ulcerative sterile keratitis?

Do you know the treatment for non-ulcerative sterile keratitis?

Depends on cause: Sterile keratitis means inflammation of the cornea which is not of infectious origin. This can be treated with lubrication, steroid drops and sometimes a bandage contact lens. See your eye doctor to determine which of these is best suited for you. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for foot ulceration?

What is the treatment for foot ulceration?

Offloading...: Hello, Treatment of foot ulcerations should start by obtaining the cause of the ulceration to help prevent reoccurrence. To help close the ulcer one needs to offload (eliminate pressure), removal of devitalized tissue, maintain blood supply to area, and prevent infection. ...Read more

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My father has recurrent digital ulceration because of crest ? Is it calcinosis or raynaud's? What is the treatment to reduce pain and recurrence? Help

My father has recurrent digital ulceration because of crest ? Is it calcinosis or raynaud's? What is the treatment to reduce pain and recurrence? Help

Raynaud's / CCB: You need to see your rheumatologist. I suspect they are the ones' who diagnosed the crest syndrome. Suspect you are describing advanced raynauds. He will need treatment with a calcium channel blocker and perhaps and additional vasodilator. ...Read more

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It's been a month since I have an ulceration on my tongue, that was diagnosed with glossitis.The treatment for glossitis never worked.I posted some photos of the ulceration. Please tell me what it is.

It's been a month since I have an ulceration on my tongue, that was diagnosed with glossitis.The treatment for glossitis never worked.I posted some photos of the ulceration. Please tell me what it is.

Glossitis: Glossitis is a wastebasket term in that any tissue may have an "itis" (or inflammation as this ending implies) associated with it. In this case, it can be infectious, traumatic, chemical, immune system, or neoplastic. You need a skilled examination by a provider who sees tongue abnormalities on a daily basis--an oral surgeon--to plan a course of action. Despite any photos, biopsy may be indicated. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for ulcerative colitis?

What is the treatment for ulcerative colitis?

Medical: See a family doctor or gastroenterologist for evaluation & selection of the right medication for your specific conditions. Surgery used rarely. Colonoscopy surveillance likely indicated for most patients. ...Read more

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What's a good treatment for ulcerative colitis?

What's a good treatment for ulcerative colitis?

Too complicated!: There is no single "good" treatment for ulcerative colitis. Sometimes several different treatment approaches are needed to keep symptoms & damaging inflammation under control. For further information, i suggest one or more of the following: >mayoclinic.org/patientinformationwww.gastro.org/patient-centerwww.aafp.org/patient-center ...Read more

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Is there any treatment for ulcerative proctitis?

Is there any treatment for ulcerative proctitis?

Yes: There are several treatments available for proctitis the most effective of which is probably Mesalamine suppositories or enemas. ...Read more

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What are your treatment options for ulcerative colitis?

What are your treatment options for ulcerative colitis?

See: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/ulcerative-colitis/basics/treatment/con-20043763

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Ulcerative colitis--does it come and go despite treatment?

Ulcerative colitis--does it come and go despite treatment?

Rarely: Ulcerative colitis is a chronic disease. The severity of symptoms can wax and wane depending on many factors such as diet, sickness and overall health. One can still have flares and attacks even when on medical therapy. Patients who have many flares despite medical therapy are offered a surgical consultation. ...Read more

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Have you tried dr. Ray lala's back to health mineral treatment for ulcerative colitis?

No: Given that dr. Ray lala's "healing centre" touts his approach of spinal alignment and minerals can treat problems from cancer to neurological problems, from arthritis to bowel irregularity, from skin conditions to herpes, it would seem implausible that any single treatment could accomplish this as a cause and effect. There are many claims by alternative medicine but few have been proven. ...Read more

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Hello,I m Maninder,my husband is suffering from ulcerative colitis last 4 year,he taking continue treatment but no any improvement.

Hello,I m Maninder,my husband is suffering from ulcerative colitis last 4 year,he taking continue treatment but no any improvement.

Ulcerative colitis: Usually the initial treatment is aminosalicylates such ad meselamine. Steroids briefly for flareups.Immunomodulators for more severe cases. There is treatment but no cure. Have him go to a gastroenterologist.Best of luck. ...Read more

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Hello,I m Maninder,my husband is suffering from ulcerative colitis last 4 years,he is taking continue treatment but no any improvement.

Hello,I m Maninder,my husband is suffering from ulcerative colitis last 4 years,he is taking continue treatment but no any improvement.

See gastroenterology: Hello, ulcerative colitis is a chronic condition which is generally treatable. It sounds like your husband needs to see a gastroenterologist who has experience in treating this condition. There are oral, topical, and I.V. Medications which may be useful in treating this illness. Don't despair, there is treatment which can help your husband. ...Read more

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What's the homemade treatment for ulcers?

What's the homemade treatment for ulcers?

Check out this link.: Best wishes! http://health.Howstuffworks.Com/wellness/natural-medicine/herbal-remedies/herbal-remedies-for-ulcers.Htm.

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Treatment for mezalazine-resistant ulcerative colitis?

Several : There are several new agents such as remicaid that may be used. Surgery is also a good option for ulcerative colitis. Fecal transplant has also been reported to be effective. You should discuss these options with your doctor. ...Read more

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Dose having Ulcerative colitis go against ICSI treatment working for me?

UC and pregnancy: It depends. If your ulcerative colitis is well-controlled, your miscarriage rate will be slightly higher than the 1 in 6 of the general population and will, therefore, be followed as a high-risk pregnancy. Here is a good resource: http://www.ccfa.org/resources/pregnancy-and-ibd.html ...Read more

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What causes ulcerative colitis and does treatment always result in an ileostomy?

What causes ulcerative colitis and does treatment always result in an ileostomy?

Ulcerative Colitis: UC is an autoimmune disease and having UC doesn't always mean you need to have an ileostomy. You need to see a GI doctor and get on an anti-inflammatory regimen to help control the symptoms. ...Read more

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Is it possible for ulcerative colitis to be so mild that you dont need treatment? Just dietary modification?

Is it possible for ulcerative colitis to be so mild that you dont need treatment? Just dietary modification?

Yes: UC comes in a variety of places and penetrations. Hopefully you have a limited spectrum. You should have regular evaluations by a GI specialist even if you have mild disease. ...Read more

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For ulcerative proctitis which suppository is the best? And for how long should take the treatment?permanently or temporarily? thanks..

Several responses: I am not sure how or who is treating your proctitis but the common treatment is the mesalamine which is in a suppository form although can take orally as well. Non steroid treatment this is good overall. Of course steroid treatment can work well but that is only if this does not work. The treatment is for usually 6 to 8 weeks but depends on your disease. Sometimes permanent as well.Hope this helps ...Read more

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What is a good treatment for oral ulcers?

What is a good treatment for oral ulcers?

Depends : There could be a number of things that cause oral ulcers from infections, cancer, or an autoimmune disorder. If it is not gone or improving within 2 weeks see a doctor who can diagnose the cause. ...Read more

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Ayurvedic treatment for ulcerative colitis? ?

Fecal transplant: While not ayurvedic, fecal transplant is a natural and non-invasive way to treat many colon diseases that is widely seen as one of the most effective remedies available. ...Read more

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What is the best treatment of ulcerative colitis steroid?

No: Steroids are a good thing if other treatments should fail. You should check with a gastroenterologist. They are useful in severe disease but not first line. ...Read more

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Is anyone suffering with ulcerative colitis and having infliximab treatment effect?

About 30% : Effective in about 30%. Effect may be short-lived or long term. Expensive, inconvenient therapy but may allow surgery in a healthier patient. A surgeon should always be part of the therapy team for a patient with uc who does not respond to the usual treat ment plan. ...Read more

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Is colectomy is the last choice for treatment ulcerative colitis ? Is colectomy a bad thing to patients ?

Is colectomy is the last choice for treatment ulcerative colitis ? Is colectomy a bad thing to patients ?

Not a simple answer: This is a complex issue beyond the scope of a 400 word answer. If you have tried all the usual treatments including biologics (humira for example) and immune modulating drugs (imuran (azathioprine) for example) and have non or poorly responsive disease, then a colectomy is generally a better choice than a life of being a slave to your colon inflammation. ...Read more

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Is Ulcerative Colitis Mostly 2 Appear At Age Of 15 ? My Son Has Seen A G.I And She Has Confirmed. Treatment Delzicol . Is Cancer Possible For His Age?

Is Ulcerative Colitis Mostly 2 Appear At Age Of 15 ? My Son Has Seen A G.I And She Has Confirmed. Treatment Delzicol . Is Cancer Possible For His Age?

No: he does not have to worry about cancer now, but after ten years of ulcerative colitis, the cancer risk start increasing significantly. he needs to stay in touch with his GI even if his symptoms improved. ...Read more

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I have ulcerative colitis and i was prescribed cortisone as a Plan B after giving me a failed plan a treatment what will happen if cortison also fail?

Then go to plan C: Unfortunately, ulcerative colitis is disease of series of recurrences and emissions , fortunately with varieties of new treatments prolonged remission is possible , you have to follow your doctors instructions , you will be fine , don't get depressed ...Read more

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Are oral corticosteroids used as a common treatment for corneal ulcers?

Are oral corticosteroids used as a common treatment for corneal ulcers?

Oral steroids: Due to possible systemic side effects and other available therapies, oral steroids are not commonly used in the treatment of infectious corneal ulcers. If the corneal ulcer is inflammatory in nature, oral steroids are commonly utilized. You need to see an eye doctor as soon as possible for proper evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for leg ulcers?

What is the treatment for leg ulcers?

Leg ulcers: Great qustion, but too general to answer. It depends on what type of ulcer you are dealing with: pressure ulcers require that pressure is redistributed; vein ulcers require compression; and arterial ulcers require that you try to fix the arteries. For the wound itself, we strive for moist healing but removing the devitalized tissue by mechanical or chemical means. ...Read more

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What is a good treatment for leg ulcers?

What is a good treatment for leg ulcers?

Depends on type: Leg ulcers may be caused by arterial disease or they are often caused by chronic venous insufficiency which is a problem that causes to much pressure to be in the veins near the skin. These ulcers are generally on the ankle mostly on the inside of the leg. The skin is ofter brown in that area. A venous specialist can diagnose and treat this condition. Our cure rate with venous ulcers is 97%. ...Read more

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What is the best treatment for leg ulcers?

What is the best treatment for leg ulcers?

Depends on type: Leg ulcers may be caused by arterial disease or they are often caused by chronic venous insufficiency which is a problem that causes to much pressure to be in the veins near the skin. These ulcers are generally on the ankle mostly on the inside of the leg. The skin is ofter brown in that area. A venous specialist can diagnose and treat this condition. Our cure rate with venous ulcers is 97%. ...Read more

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What is the value of diet in treatment of peptic ulcers?

What is the value of diet in treatment of peptic ulcers?

1: Low fat and bland diet provokes less acid stimulation and hence tolerated better in patients with peptic ulcers. ...Read more

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Is more then one round of cipro (ciprofloxacin) needed to treat an ulcer ? What is usual treatment for ulcers?

Is more then one round of cipro (ciprofloxacin) needed to treat an ulcer ? What is usual treatment for ulcers?

Cipro (ciprofloxacin): Ciprofloxacin is an antibiotic and is not the treatment for peptic ulcer. The usual treatment consists of a bland diet, avoidance of alcohol and caffeine. Medication is usually a ppi like Prilosec daily and antacids as needed. Healing usually occurs after a month or so. ...Read more

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I may be starting remicade (infliximab) treatment in few weeks for severe left sided ulcerative colitis. Can I use predinosone for temp relief?

I may be starting remicade (infliximab) treatment in few weeks for severe left sided ulcerative colitis.  Can I use predinosone for temp relief?

Not on your own: Ulcerative colitis is a serious medical condition that need to be under constant medical supervision to achieve prolonged periods of remissions, and prevent complications like bleeding , colitis, perforations , systemic diseases and malignancy , if your physician prescribes predinosone (steroids) you should take. ...Read more

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